New Program From Verizon Teaches Middle School Boys in Baltimore Coding and 3-D Design

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New Program From Verizon Teaches Middle School Boys in Baltimore Coding and 3-D Design

by Robin White Goode
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Friday, July 24, 2015 - 5:00pm

CAMPAIGN: Education

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The week of July 13 launched Minority Male Makers, a 2-year program developed by Verizon, which aims at giving minority middle school boys hands-on learning experiences with advanced technology, opening their eyes to the professional possibilities that STEM combined with entrepreneurship skills can offer. The program aims at empowering a new generation of minority men by giving them lifelong technology and entrepreneurship skills.

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Keywords: 3d printing | Education | Events, Media & Communications | Innovation & Technology | Middle School | Social Impact & Volunteering | Verizon | baltimore | minority

CAMPAIGN: Education

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